Monday, February 24, 2020

Quack Exposed: Dr. Christian Bogner

Dr. Christian Bogner is a board-certified OB/GYN who graduated from Poznan Unversity of Medical Sciences in 2005. Dr. Bogner completed his residency at St. John Hospital and Medical Center. He is affiliated with Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan.

He also completed his certificate in Plant-based nutrition at Cornell University. He DID NOT GO TO MEDICAL SCHOOL THERE. 

He is also the medical director of the Oxford Recovery Center. He joined the Oxford Recovery Center on February 8, 2018. He specializes in autism, autoimmune disease, and gastrointestinal issues.

His main goal is to "get them off their pharmaceutical internvetion.. . . I believe in a patients choice to vaccinate"

This Oxford Recovery Center offers hyperbaric oxygen therapy, neurophysical/suit therapy. neurofeedback/qEEG, Restrictive diets (GAPS and GF/CF) , ABA, neuromuscular therapy, music therapy, and weight loss. Dr. Bogner has four children, one of them is autistic.

"His goal is to optimize each affected individual's path for recovery by integrating the latest research in this field of medicine."

He believes healing starts with a plant-based diet from Cornell University. He primarily uses hyperbaric oxygen chambers and phytocannabinoid (marijuana)  therapies. Dr. Bogner is a cannabis researcher.  He also advocates stem cell therapy.

Dr. Bogner, with his team, launched the Autism Recovery Thru Synergy (ARTS) program. With the belief that autism is a neuroinflammatory condition, he implements this into practice. He orders routine lab work. He says it covers subtle abnormalities that can have a profound effect on health.

"Unless accurately addressed, this vicious cycle will continue to inhibit the various biochemical pathways necessary for proper neurological and immune functions."

Sources:
https://oxfordrecoverycenter.com/staff/christian-bogner/
https://doctors.beaumont.org/provider/Christian+Bogner/226716
https://www.compassionatecertificationcenters.com/dr-christian-bogner/

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